Siggins will be displaying at the IRCE show in Chicago Ill, June 5-8 at the McCormick Place West. Visit us at booth 1428, we will be talking...
Warehouse Management is key to a smooth running warehouse/plant and Siggins offers the services, experience and commitment to provide solutions to meet your specific needs. Contact us to put our expertise to work today!
Warehouse Management Systems
Choosing the right warehouse management tools is critical for seamless integration between technology and equipment. All processes require a clear hierarchy of communication to produce the optimum results.
Warehouse Conveyor Controls
A warehouse control system (WCS) is a software application that directs the real-time activities within warehouses and distribution centers. As the "traffic cop" for the warehouse/distribution center, the WCS is responsible for keeping everything running smoothly...
A checkweigher is an automatic machine for checking the weight of packaged commodities. It is normally found at the off-going end of a production process and is used to ensure that the weight of a pack of the commodity is within specified limits.
Automatic labeling can be used to increase production line speed while adding unique or standard identifiers to your products without the need for employee intervention.
The use of scanners in a production line provide automated and accurate inventory tracking to keep your product moving while tracking it's movement. Learn more about the different types of scanners we integrate into our material handling systems.
Light Directed Picking
Pick to Light is acknowledged to be the fastest operator-based picking strategy available to execute broken case quantity order fulfillment operations. Ideal for team-based approaches like zone picking, it increases the pick rate productivity, accuracy...
Voice Directed Picking
Voice Directed Warehousing (VDW) refers to the use of the voice direction and speech recognition software in warehouses and distribution centers. VDW has been in use since the late 1990s, and its use is expected to increase rapidly over the next five years...